There will be clear spells for a time tonight in the east and north but a further spell of heavy rain in the west and southwest will spread eastwards overnight. Lowest temperatures will be between 8 and 12 degrees. Light southwesterly winds will back southerly but increase fresh and gusty southwesterly over the southern half of the country towards dawn.
Tomorrow, Wednesday will start with a spell of heavy rain soon clearing eastwards to scattered showers with sunny spells. The showers will become isolated by evening but scattered showers may continue to affect the north. Top temperatures of 14 to 18 degrees. Southwesterly winds over the southern half of the country will be fresh at first and just light elsewhere and winds will become moderate westerly with the clearance.
3 Day Outlook
\nVery changeable and unsettled conditions are expected for the rest of the week, with an Atlantic regime dominating our weather. \n Rather cold and breezy on Thursday and Friday but less cold over the weekend.
Wednesday night: Cool and mostly dry with clear periods and a few showers on Atlantic coasts. Overnight lows of 7 to 10 degrees Celsius.
Thursday: Cool and breezy in places. Some bright periods in the morning but mostly cloudy with rain developing for a time in most areas, however it will turn brighter but rather showery later. Cool with afternoon temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees Celsius.
Friday: cool, breezy and showery on Friday with some prolonged showers in places but some drier periods as well. Fresh and gusty westerly winds and afternoon temperatures of 13 to 16 degrees again.
Weekend: it won?t be quite as cold over the weekend but it will still be unsettled with some showers at times, but dry bright periods as well. \nAfternoon temperatures more typically 16 to 18 degrees Celsius, possibly up to 20 degrees Celsius in some southern areas on Sunday.